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in the line of duty just this year. >>> the butler did it. that is the ruling from the vatican court today. paolo gabrielle will serve a year and a half in jail for stealing the pope's confidential papers and leaking them to a journalist. a book based on those papers claims corruption within the vatican hierarchy. and then gabrielle's trial created the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. we'll have a live report on that coming up. >>> tensions flare. we'll take you to the region. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. this is awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is, business pro. yes, it is. go national. go like a pro. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> now to that deadly attack in libya in which the u.s. ambassador and three other americans were killed. two tunisians are being detained in turkey in connec
. pope benedict's ex-butler on trial for theft after he allegedly leaked hundreds of secret papers from the pope's personal apartment to an italian paper. this is pretty significant for the vatican. they're known for secrecy. at least we're expected to learn a little bit of what's going on. >> we hope, deb. that is the hope. again, it's one of the most significant cases the vatican city court has heard, not to mention a huge embarrassment. paulo gabriele is one of the most trusted advisers to the pope. he leaked the papers because we wanted to expose the evil and corruption taking place perhaps in the vatican itself or in churches everywhere. he had a motive behind it. he didn't fight it. he actually admitted to the fact he did this, even though he hasn't entered a formal plea. >> intent is one thing. theft is another which is what's going to be so fascinating. saturday's initial session was held under very closely controlled circumstances. only a handful of approved reporters were inside. so what are some of the juiciest details that came out? >> we're not surprised. no cameras, no rec
california voters can cast early ballots. >> a scandal at the vatican, this time, the butler says he did it. the information he took, and the punishment just happened down. >> the political debate that could turn into a two man comedy show, when you can see two familiar faces go head to head on stage. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at devry.edu. and let nothing stand in your way. >>> pope's butler will serve a 18 month sent for documents. the butler says he leaked the pope's private correspondence out of love for the church and pope. the book reveals that the petty in fighting innages of corruption and homosexual associated with the roman catholic church. >>> closer to hom
're expected to continue on that path for the next 48 hours. >>> the pope's former butler is on trial in vatican city courtroom. that's off limits to tourists. he's accused of stealing secret papers from pope benedict xvi and leaking them to an italian journalist. the trial is in recess until tuesday. but the court denied a motion to strike some of the evidence, including a gold nugget found in the butler's apartment. >>> a huge golf upset at the ryder cup. the europeans rally for a dramatic comeback against the u.s. team to hold onto the trophy. german golfer martin kaymer sank the winning putt on the 18th hole to clinch the victory. the u.s. dominated days of one and two of the competition but had no answer as the europeans came roaring back on the final day of play. more from the ryder cup in just a few minutes. >>> in los angeles, crews working quickly to finish this bridge demolition over the 405 freeway. there were some scary moments when a portion of the mulholland bridge came down unexpectedly, narrowly missing a couple of workers. it was feared the construction would cause ma
on the path for the next 48 hours. >>> the pope's former butler is on trial in a vatican city courtroom. he is accused of stealing secret papers from pope benedict xvi, and leaking them to papers. some of the evidence was asked to be stricken. >>> and then a dramatic comeback against the u.s. team to hold on to the trophy. a german golfer sank the ball on the 18th hole to clinch the victory. the europeans came roaring back on the final day of play. more from the ryder cup in just a few minutes. >>> in los angeles, crews working quickly to finish this bridge demolition over the 405 freeway. there was a scary moment when the bridge came down unexpectedly. no traffic snarls materialized. the 405 is set to re-open tomorrow. >>> and there's word tonight that rnc officials cut ties for the consulting firm it hired. the firm turned in suspicious voter application forms. and david, what are you learning? >> we don't know how big or small it's going to be but we do know that election officials in florida right now are looking at these forms that were filled out. this coming from a company called str
turkey. it has been four days since clashes began between the two countries. >>> the pope's former butler has been found guilty by the vatican court. he will serve a year and a half in jail for stealing the pope's confidential papers and leaking them to a journalist. he'll also have to pay the cost of the tile. >> in pakistan, a group of people are protesting u.s. drone attacks in that country. they're leading a march to south waziristan, but they say the demonstrators will not be allowed into the area. >> a wanted terror suspect arrived in the u.s. earlier this morning. radical cleric abu hamza al masri is now in new york. he's one of five men extradited today on terror chargers. >> he's wanted on 11 terrorist charges in the united states, including trying to set up a terrorist training camp at this ranch in oregon in 1999. he's accused of masterminding the kidnapping of 16 western tourists in yemen in 1998, including two americans. as well as abu hamza, four other men are being extradited to the u.s. two are accused of fund-raising for the taliban and chechen rebels online. two others f
be interested in doing a biography of benjamin butler because he is a colby graduate, and he was a very important civil war general and a very complicated figure as well. i thought about it, but i'm not sure how many biographies a person can do in their lifetime. it takes a lot of getting to know somebody. i live with joseph holtz in my head for a long time. >> for some writers going to a place where something happened and sort of connecting back is important. >> absolutely i went because i came when i first was introduced to him early on in the civil war but wrote a book about the focus primarily on the assassination and its aftermath and i went to all kinds of places around washington and so on and i stayed in a hotel next to their house and so i went to a lot of places relative to the assassination and as i studied his life more fully and went to kentucky to see his old family mansion and went to the places he had gone to school, some of the remnants of those things. i've been to places they are completely gone. he had a beautiful mansion in washington that's completely gone, too but
. >>> the trial against pope benedict's former butler reconvenes on tuesday. 46-year-old paolo gabriele will take the stand himself. he's accused of stealing vatican documents and leaking them to a journalist. the trial started yesterday in front of a three-judge vatican court. prosecutors say gabriele has confessed to the crime saying he wanted to shock the church by exposing corruption. although he faces up to four years in prison if convicted, he has already asked the pope for a pardon. >>> serial killer wesley sherman is talking about his recent trip with the f.b.i. to look for more buried victims. he told the stockton rorpd he was taken from -- record he was taken from his san quentin death row cell at 3:00 in the morning last month. an escort of up to ten guards took him to the town of lyndon to point out where the old wells. he told the newspaper because he's revealing burial sites fellow inmates are now threatening his life. he says he will get paid $1 thown for -- $1,000 if his information about the sites is confirmed. >>> a scrort of california's three -- majority of california's three
of benjamin butler because here's a colby graduate, a very important civil war general, and a very complicated figure as well, and i thought about it, but i'm not sure how many biographies a person can do in their lifetime. it takes a lot of getting to know somebody. i lived with joseph holt in my head for a long time. >> for some writers going to a place where something happened, and, you know, connecting back is important. did you go to the places where -- >> absolutely. because i came to holt -- well, i was first introduced to him early on in the research on women in the civil war, but later, i focused on the assassination and aftermalt, and at that point, i went to all kinds of places around washington and so on and stayed in a hotel next to mary's house, and so i went to a lot of places that were relevant to the assassination, and then studying his life fully, i went to kentucky, see the old family mansion, and where he went to school, and some of which -- there's remnants there, and i've been to places where he lived, but there's nothing left. he had a beautiful mansion in louisville tha
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